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1 Writing Prompts US History In order to be successful in the classroom, students must have choice, write everyday and be able to defend positions. These prompts allow students to do all three. Please consider using these on a daily basis. Crisis, Civil War, and Reconstruction ( ) - The learner will analyze the issues that led to the Civil War, the effects of the war, and the impact of Reconstruction on the nation. What was the most important reason for the start of the Civil War? Who was hurt the most as a result of the Civil War? What was the most important economic event from ? What was the most important social event from ? What was the most important political event from ? What was the most lasting political impact of Reconstruction on the United States? What was the most lasting economic impact of Reconstruction on the United States? What was the most lasting social impact of Reconstruction on the United States? Which of the following battles was most important for the North winning the war? What was the most important political turning point for the North winning the war? What were the most important reasons for the end of Reconstruction? Which proved to be a greater test of the supremacy of the national government? 1

2 The Great West and the Rise of the Debtor (1860s-1896) - The learner will evaluate the great westward movement and assess the impact of the agricultural revolution on the nation. Which group of people experienced the greatest problems in migrating westward? Why What group of people affected the environment the most? What was the greatest financial difficulty of the Populist? What was the most important cause of the rise of Populism? What was the greatest problem that faced farmers from ? What was the major reason in the decline of Populism? Which technological innovation in agriculture had the greatest impact on the growth of the West? What business practice had the greatest affect on the growth of the West? Becoming an Industrial Society ( ) - The learner will describe innovations in technology and business practices and assess their impact on economic, political, and social life in America. Which technological innovation had the greatest impact on the growth of the US into an industrialized society? Which technological innovation had the greatest impact on the growth of economic life in America? Which technological innovation had the greatest impact on the growth of economic life in America? Which technological innovation had the greatest impact on the growth of social life in America? Which immigrant group had the hardest time becoming acculturated to the US? 2

3 Which business leader accumulated the most political power in the US and why do you think that he had the most power? Which business leader accumulated the most economic power and why do you think that he had the most power? Which labor union had the greatest impact on the industry? Which labor union had the greatest impact on the lives of workers? Which change in government affected the economy the most? In what area did government change the most? The emergence of the United States in World Affairs ( ) - The learner will analyze causes and effects of the United States emergence as a world power. What was the most important cause for the US becoming a world power? What was the greatest effect of the US becoming a world power? Which factor was most important in the US taking a more active role in world affairs? What was the most important area of military involvement in leading the US to becoming a world power? What was the most important economic development in leading the US to becoming a world power? What was the most important political development in leading the US to becoming a world power? Choose one of the countries and events below and tell how it had more of an impact on the people in their country than the others did on their country. 3

4 The Progressive Movement in the United States ( ) - The learner will analyze the economic, political, and social reforms of the Progressive Period. Which of the following was the most significant economic reform of the Progressive Period? What was the most significant political reform of the Progressive Period? Why What was the most significant social reform of the Progressive Period? What was the most significant condition that led to the rise of Progressivism? Why Which of the following groups made the most economic gains during the Progressivist period? Which of the following groups made the most political gains during the Progressivist period? Of the following groups, which segregated group experienced the most dramatic effects? Which technological change had the most dramatic effects on the economy? Which technological change had the most dramatic effects on society? Which technological change had the most dramatic effects on the cultural life? The Great War and Its Aftermath ( ) - The learner will analyze United States involvement in World War I and the war's influence on international affairs during the 1920's. Which of the following reasons is most notable for keeping the US neutral at the beginning of WWI? Which of the following political events is most important as a turning point (as a means of influencing the outcome of the war) of WWI? Which of the following military events is most important as a turning point (as a means of influencing the outcome of the war) of WWI? 4

5 Which political effect of WWI had the most dramatic effect on the US and other nations? Which economic effect of WWI had the most dramatic effect on the US and other nations? Which social effect of WWI had the most dramatic effect on the US and other nations? Which cultural effect of WWI had the most dramatic effect on the US and other nations? Prosperity and Depression ( ) - The learner will appraise the economic, social, and political changes of the decades of "The Twenties" and "The Thirties." What was the most significant economic change of the 1920s? What was the most significant social change of the 1920s? What was the most significant political change of the 1920s? What was the most significant economic change of the 1930s? What was the most significant social change of the 1930s? What was the most significant political change of the 1930s? What is the most significant reason for the boom of the 1920s? What is the most significant reasons for the bust of the 1920s? Which group in society experienced the greatest amount of prosperity during the period? Which group in society experienced the least amount of prosperity during the period? What was the most important social change in lifestyle during the period? What was the most important intellectual change in lifestyle during the period? 5

6 What was the most important technological change in lifestyle during the period? What was the most important social change in lifestyle during the period? What was the most important intellectual change in lifestyle during the period? What was the most important technological change in lifestyle during the period? What was the greatest challenge to traditional practices in religion? What was the greatest challenge to traditional practices in race? What was the greatest challenge to traditional practices in gender? Which New Deal reform had the greatest effect on enlarging the role of the federal government in American life during the period? World War II and the Beginning of the Cold War (1930s-1963) - The learner will analyze United States involvement in World War II and the war's influence on international affairs in following decades. What is the best reason for explaining the US entry and involvement into WW II? What is the most significant cause of WWII? What is the most significant military turning point of WWII discuss its significance to the outcome and aftermath of the conflict? What is the most significant political turning point of WWII discuss its significance to the outcome and aftermath of the conflict? What is the most significant diplomatic turning point of WWII discuss its significance to the outcome and aftermath of the conflict? What is the most important effect of the war on American economic life? What is the most important effect of the war on American social life? What is the most important effect of the war on American political life? 6

7 What is the most important effect of the war on American cultural life? What is the most important change in foreign policy at the beginning of the Cold War? What is the most important peace keeping organization at the beginning of the Cold War? Recovery, Prosperity, and Turmoil ( ) - The learner will trace economic, political, and social developments and assess their significance for the lives of Americans during this time period. What was the most important economic development from and why was it significant for the lives of Americans? What was the most important political development from and why was it significant for the lives of Americans? What was the most important social development from and why was it significant for the lives of Americans? What is the most significant economic effect of the Cold War on life in America? What is the most significant political effect of the Cold War on life in America? What is the most significant social effect of the Cold War on life in America? What is the most important event of the Civil Rights Movement and what was its impact on the movement? What was the most important social movement, involving women, during the period and what was its effect on society? What was the most important social movement, involving young people, during the period and what was its effect on society? What was the most important social movement, involving the environment, during the period and what was its effect on society? 7

8 What was the most important reason for US involvement in Vietnam? How did it affect society? What was the most important technological innovation of the period and how did it impact American life? What was the most important political event of the period? What was its effect on officials, citizens? What were the political consequences of the event? What were the social consequences of the event? How did people respond to the event? How did government respond to the event? The United States since the Vietnam War (1973-present) - The learner will identify and analyze trends in domestic and foreign affairs of the United States during this time period. What was the most important foreign policy event since the Vietnam War? What was the most important constitutional amendment, court ruling or federal legislation on the citizens of the United States? What was the most important economic change of the period? What was the most important technological change of the period? What was the most important environmental change of the period? What was the most important social change of the period? What was the most important political change of the period? What was the most important cultural change of the period? What is the greatest problem of growing racial an ethnic diversity in America? What is the greatest benefit of growing racial and ethnic diversity in America? What is the greatest future problem brought on by terrorist activity in American in the 21 st century? 8

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